Wyatt Kabara is a high school student at Wisconsin Connections Academy (WCA). He lives on a dairy farm in Pulaski, Wisconsin with his siblings, Jedidiah and Mercedes, who also attend WCA. Wyatt enjoys learning at home with his family. He shares more about his experience at WCA below.
“I have been a student at WCA since Kindergarten, and I look forward to staying until I graduate high school. I take normal classes, but I also have the opportunity to take unique ones such as Spanish class with Ms. Plantiko. I plan to go to technical college while in high school so that I can learn to weld and do mechanics. This will be great because we are going to do this as a family. My brothers, dad, and mom are even taking some of the classes with me. After I finish my high school degree, I plan to become the fourth generation in my family to work on our organic farm.
I enjoy hobbies such as playing games, working outside, and melting metals. In my spare time, I built a home foundry and smelted pop cans and brass—it melted because it was too small, so now I am building a larger one. My uncle has also taught me to use his wood lathe. I like playing Skylanders, board games, and video games with my brothers and sisters as well. My next endeavor will be Hunter Education and Driver Education.”
WCA has been a super fit for me and my family.